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The legacy of integration (1996)

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Over the past 40 years, the United States has promoted racial integration as the solution to many problems raised by inequalities. Yet, an increasing number of African American activists and intellectuals are concluding that integration is an idea whose time has passed. Some of the racist right are pleased to hear this. Salim Muwakkil, senior editor for "In These Times" has written, 'Does that mean that the ideal of an integrated society has been discredited?' Other guests include Todd Gitlin, professor of culture, communications, journalism and sociology at New York University and Salim Muwakkil, senior editor of "In These Times", and Paul Robeson, Jr., writer, lecturer and teacher.

The preservation of these tapes was funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and by listeners of Pacifica Radio in 2010. Preservation services provided by George Blood Audio and Video.



This audio is part of the collection: Pacifica Radio Archives: National Endowment for the Arts Grant 2010
It also belongs to collections: News & Public Affairs; Audio Archive; stream_only; Pacifica Radio Archives

Date: 1996
Source: Pacifica National Programming
Contributor: Pacifica Radio Archives


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PRA Archive #PZ0284.02

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